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Mulch is a key to no-till gardens
The crux of no-till gardening is to pile on enough mulch so that weeds don't germinate and grow up through it.
Got tons of tomatoes? Try drying them.
Plug in the dehydrator and start slicing those tomatoes.
Don't put away the hoe yet – plant some garlic
September through November is the best time to plant garlic.
Need help with your problematic vegetables?
Learn to troubleshoot problems with your carrots, cabbages and tomatoes.
Don't let fungi sour your grapes
During the summer, grape growers should watch for powdery mildew and bunch rot, two fungi, that damage the fruit.
Christmas cactus care doesn't take a holiday
If you want your Christmas cactus to bloom in the winter, you have to take care of it in the summer.
Fight fire with plants? You bet.
Reduce the risk of a wildfire engulfing your house by surrounding it with fire-resistant plants.
OSU offers tips to deter pillaging raccoons
Dana Sanchez, a wildlife specialist with the Oregon State University Extension Service, offers advice on how to get raccoons out of your yard.
OSU guide shows how to use pesticides safely at home
An updated guide from the Oregon State University Extension Service shows gardeners and others how to use, store and dispose of pesticides safely.
How to find the nutrient values of organic fertilizers
A report has information on the top sources of organic fertilizers, their NPK content, release speed and effectiveness.